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but the yards and streets starting to flood. >> five minutes past the hour now. let's say good morning to bonnie schneider. always good to have bonnie with us on the weekends. >> good to be here. >> now we'll have issues with possible tornadoes popping up. >> absolutely. >> it's causing all kinds of problems. >> a rough sunday morning, no doubt about it. lee as you heard from the press conference is a slow mover. the long it lingers, the worst things will be for that state. the ill-defined center is just off the coast. you have that wrap around effect. another big batch of rain comes into sections of southern louisiana. let's take a look at the track for lee. you'll see that the movement of the storm is still pretty slow, even as we go monday, tuesday, wednesday. we do see a rainmaker. it's like alabama and georgia and tennessee. some of this will be beneficial rain. the biggest concern for flooding will ab long the gulf coast in alabama and into louisiana where we have about seven inches of rain on the ground from lee. let's take a look at the newest threat from now. we have a tornado watch box
bonnie schneider will be back. she's got more information on that space junk. >>> riot control troops out in force in bahrain. i'll tell you the reason for the massive security presence and why they also clashed with protesters today. >>> no one can forget his role as lieutenant dan in "forest gump." he supports the u.s. military and takes his band all over the world with uso. his reflections on the 131st airborne straight ahead. [ beeping ] ♪ hush, little baby ♪ don't you cry ♪ soon the sun ♪ is going to shine ♪ [ male announcer ] toyota presents the prius family. ♪ walk if i want, talk if i want ♪ [ male announcer ] there's the original one... the bigger one... the smaller one... and the one that plugs in. they're all a little different, just like us. but not in my neighborhood. ♪ [ female announcer ] we're throwing away misperceptions about natural gas vehicles. more of the vehicles that fuel our lives use clean american natural gas today. it costs about 40 percent less than gasoline, so why aren't we using it even more? start a conversation about using more natural gas
't have the exact location. bonnie schneider is here in the "weather center" to give us an idea just where it might be. >> well, we had a good strong indication it would end up somewhere over the ocean. here's a look at the craft right now. you can see what it looked like. likely when it did plunge to earth it didn't look like this. usually with these orbital objects they tend to disintegrate a lot. they come in at a fast speed. we expect there are pieces of debris scattered most likely in the ocean. it will take a while for them to recover all these pieces. these objects move pretty quickly. you can see some pictures of what it looked like. looks like we'll get more information in terms of where the debris landed in the north pacific but that's the best indication we have that it happen somewhere off the west coast in the pacific ocean. >> difficult to tell, the earth made up a majority of ocean, of water. so much of that debris may have dissipated or crashed into the ocean. may never be recovered. >> it may take a long time for it to be recovered. there may be pieces we'll find for decad
? i'm bonnie and this is my cvs. i don't have time for the flu. that's why i'm knocking things off my to-do list. vitamin d -- done. hand sanitizer -- done. hey, eric, i'm here for my flu shot. sorry, didn't make an appointment. well, you don't need one. flu shots. every store. every day. insurance accepted. get a $5 cvs gift card if you're not covered. i'm bonnie and this is my cvs. time for sports ... the black hawks hit the ice for training camp on saturday, but now another one of their core players will miss time. patrick sharp had his appendix removed yesterday and will miss three or four weeks he arrived at a hawkes charity golf outing yesterday morning but did not play because of the pain he underwent an emergency appendectomy last night sharp signed a five-year contract extension last month but the team expects a full recovery. the white sox are winding down the season against the first place tigers. there were up in the second inning but johnny peralta is to run homer gives the tigers the lead for good the very next batter john danks gave up another home run to
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't wake up. >> joining us is cbs news legal analyst jack ford and bonnie fuller of hollywoodlife.com. she clearly doesn't have any money because she was in jail a number of years and she has gotten a judgment of a hundred,000 she has to pay. >> it's an interesting statute that florida has and it's not often used apparently but it gives the court the ability to say if somebody is convicted after crime and there are costs we can allocate to that crime, it gives the court the ability to say, you know what? you're going to pay for it. here, obviously, the big question was how do you work out those numbers? how do you decide what numbers she is involved with? and, you know, the judge was sort of solemnesque about this because the government the prosecution was looking for about $500,000 for this. the defense was saying no it's way too much. she should only be required to pay back that portion that can be directly related to what she was convicted of is telling lies not the investigation into the death. the judge came in and said all right, here is what i'm goin
in this neighborhood, several homes are now condemned because of collapsed retaining walls here bonnie these town homes. we saw homes and businesses damaged as the water continues to make its way up and rise into many of those homes. in a mobile home park, we know several residents are now displaced now that their homes have also been condemned. several of them have been living in shelters since that happened. many of them with no place to go. the threat of mother nature leaving another mess certainly has a lot of people worried. >> i don't know what is going to happen. >> we're going to be scared now that it floods again because if it does that, it might get all the way up here. >> in some of those sections that suffered damage, we had some businesses with up to $150,000. some of the residents in the mobile home park said it could be years to rebuild in that area. meanwhile, a lot of these residents have been moved out of these homes because they are not safe for them to be in and a lot of people in the other surrounding parts of the community are watching
can be paid for the story. bonnie, how much would this story go for and withed it be tainted? does any network or tbe the com that paid casey anthony? >> millions of people followed this case. they were obsessed with it. for that reason, i believe there women be bidding for her interview. however, i don't think she'll get top dollar. she'll get a couple hundred thousand dollars in some way. they'll work something out and then the question is, can she sell a story about her life and what happened? can she get involved in a book deal? i think she'd have a hard time with a book publishing company offering her $1 million for a book. could she get a percentage if she cooperated with an author that did the book? >> that would be a more likely scenario we'll see. >> is this something like with o.j. simpson back in the day where he basically had to sell-off everything, including his heisman trophy. any type of money that casey gets? >> yes. if she gets a job, let's say she gets a job and she's making whatever a weekly salary is, they are step in and say we'll take a piece of that. the same way
. this was launched 20 years ago. let's talk about this now. meteorologist bonnie schneider is in the cnn severe weather to talk about satellite falling to earth. we've had sprays debris before. this is different because of its size? >> because of the size. that's the concern. you have to realize that satellites and space debris falls every single day every single week. this is the mid point prediction point altitude of 10 kilometers where it's estimated to have fallen all they we may never know where the falling point occurred because it could have occurred anywhere. naturally the most likely place will be somewhere over water since the earth is covered by 70% of water so that's likely what happened over the north pacific. the prediction point was at an altitude of 10 kilometers. that's why we expect this to be a smaller piece and scattered more about. no reports of visuals that you can see confirmed of re-entry. 26 pieces reached the ground of various size. as you mention on average one satellite re-entered the area so small it burns up before reaching the earth. once a week a larger satellite
here and his wonderful mother, bonny. >> reporter: his mom and grandmother were both there with the rest of the family from east palo alto and some old friends. >> you have risen above poverty, above race, in one of the toughest neighborhoods in the bay area. you were a student rising above. now, you are a lawyer rising above. >> reporter: five years ago, his partner, tim falard, inched him to come here, now the attorney general of california. she came to do the honors. >> the bottom line is this is a sign of strength and leadership and you know what you're capable of, inspite of whatever odds other people may think you face, and you know that you can achieve. >> reporter: and then it was time. >> i, benny joe mackey the second, to the best of my knowledge and ability. >> welcome to the profession. >> i am -- i am excited and happy at the same time. >> i am so proud of him, because i knew something good is going to come out of east palo alto, and it was kind of out of my family. >> reporter: something good has come out of east palo alto, and now we'll be watching him
. she called herself bonnie and her youtube channel is full of videos where she reads poetry about life and love. >> she was murdered last thursday in his residence on campus. police say she was stabbed to death by her suite mate, 19- year-old alexis simpson after the two got into an argument about an ipod that has been allegedly turned off since then. students are shocked at the allegations against simpson. >> we had no idea what pressure she was under but it could have ended better. >> the campus is coming together to remember a student. tonight they will hold a memorial to honor dominique frazier and celebrates the impact her life had on so many. we are still awaiting details from the university as to exactly what time and wear on campus this memorial will take place tonight. in the meantime, defense lawyers for alexis simpson say they plan to argue in court that she killed dominique frazier in self-defense, although the prosecution says they plan to prove otherwise. in maryland, jummy olabanji, abc 7 tnews. >>> funeral services will be held for the oldest child of ted kennedy. she d
on a place, carol, called bonnie walid. that's one of the last bastions of support. the rebels are saying you got to surrender or they're going in. there are indications, carol, that suggest the rebels may go in sooner than the saturday date. >>> we'll see. egypt, the former president hosni mubarak. is he still being brought in on a stretcher in. >> he was wheeled in on a stretcher. the trial is happening. what happened a few moments ago, there were major clashes outside the courtroom between families of victims of the uprising back in february and they were throwing stones and they were trying to basically storm the police academy where this trial is being held and then they were pushed back by police with batons. it's a scene outside. you can see there that this is what it looks like right now. but hosni mubarak is facing the death penalty and charged with ordering killings of protesters during the uprising. >> let's talk about the american amman do knox. her appeal in italy resumes today. what do you expect to happen? >> everyone is kind of on their edge of their seats because what happene
to have had no medical degree. but rarely has playing doctor bonnie this far by someone still just in high school. this is abc news. >> when we continues here tonight. >> i'm actually for gun contro control. use both hands. >> g.o.p. presidential hopeful go stumpping for support and which is new target for the mythical attack. >> newly released video shows the moments when flight 93 went down in the september 11 attack. tonight how the pilot family prepares to mark the 10 year anniversary of his death. >> also. about hundreds take to the streets of san francisc francisco. next at nip:30 labor day call for union solidarity. at half hour of labor day call for union solidarity. at half hour of news begins here in a moment  ooh, you got snacks! yeah. 24 bucks later. that hurts. it's not like i really had a choice. snack on this. progressive's "name your price" tool showed me a range of coverages and i picked the one that worked for me. i saved hundreds. wow, that's dinner and a movie. [ dramatic soundtrack plays ] this picture stars you and saving
town, as well as bonny walid, which has a tribe that has been traditionally quite pro qaddafi. there are people inside these places who may feel that they have no choice. they're a bit desperado. they worry if they do give up they may be executed and they really have nothing to lose by continuing to fight. >> reporter: tara, you had a very interesting piece in the "washington post" this morning talking about the fact that libyans, ordinary libyans are growing impatient with their leadership. what did you mean? explain that a little more. >> well, ordinary libyans are not hearing very much about the process of nation building that's going on right now. and part of the reason for this is because there is some chaos within that process. libya is basically a country that was left without any institutions, unlike egypt and tunisia. libya has no real army to speak of. libya has no parliamentary body. many of its institutions are just in complete disarray. and so libyans are waiting for these institutions to start up again, and in order for that to happen, there has to be some sort o
in london. she's brandishing this fake gun and it's kind of like this very bonnie and clydesque scene. they're saying that this is terrible. this is a glamorous pop star. what kind of an example are you setting for people, particularly in the area where the crime has gone down and partly because of what they're trying to do with their gun laws and everything. so they're saying that she needs to apologize for having a gun. also, they're saying that she didn't get permission to use one. if they had known she was using one -- it's kind of a big deal here. it was a fake gun. >> but it looked like a real gun. >> oh. >> it's different here in the uk. it's not like in the u.s. where okay, it's not that big a deal. because of how -- because of the laws of guns in the u.s. here it's much more uptight. they don't like that sort of stuff. they feel that this should just not have happened. i'm with you. but this is the situation here. >> we'll see if britney spears apologizes. somehow i think not. but i could be wrong. >> i think not, too. i think not, too. a little bit of fewer roar around this is goo
by this lady. and i want to introduce you to bonnie jacobs. hi, bonnie. >> hi. >> tell me what is going on here. this is great. >> it started back in april. with the design that came from joan gardner and gail boemenharlo and janet etheridge. and anyway, they put their heads together, and came up with this idea for having a mural in the visitor's center. >> and you will be working on this through october? >> we will wrap it up hopefully the end of this month. and we've got to grout it now. we got to put grout in here, and grout in here, with the dark brown here, where the blue is, blue gray grout. and the artists in the community made these pieces and these over here, this is potter pieces. >> and well, she is working around herself. but all of the artists here -- >> real quickly so you understand, here you are, right? okay, turn now. no? yes, right? i thought that looked like you. now turn and look this way. >> okay. >> you didn't want to talk but i wanted to make sure she was on tv. >> a reason to come back. thank you, ladies. myfoxdc.com is our web site. we have a link to the barns at rose h
for the city. >> let's go straight to bonnie schneider. explain what we are seeing. >> right now what we are watch suggest say lot of heavy rains sweeping across the area as well as coastal sections of alabama. the rain is the beginning. we are watching for strong wind as well. even though it hasn't formed to a system, it's an area of disturbed weather we are watching closely. let's take a look at it on the satellite. as you forward from the mayor, it's a slow mover. the national hurricane center has not named the storm. they were looking for the closed circulation. if they find that and the tropical storm force wins of 39 miles per hour or greater, it will be tropical storm lee. that may occur tonight. we not only have the threat for strong wind and flooding, but the computer models have been all over the place and looping back into the gulf and back onshore again it has to do with the steering. they are so light, there is no influence to push the storm. it is so beneficial if they were pushing towards texas, but the consensus seems more of a northward flow. the biggest threat is the sl
that crashed while listening know bonny rait music, so why risk it. >> dave: who can argue that, bonny rait. >> clayton: strange rituals pouring in. maybe you're like dave and drink. friends@foxnews.com or ff weekend on twitter. >> dave: i've got to kids to handle. i'm handing out goodies and treats. let us know, we want to hear those suggestions. coming up parts of the northeast are torn apart in the wake of hurricane irene and fema is days away from running out of money to pay for all of this. and is now really the time for congress to threaten and government shutdown. michael grimm not so happy about this, he's coming up. >> alisyn: now, two presidents are coming out swinging, the president back on the link with, well, a familiar face. >> clayton: say, cheese! >> ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ when the things that you need ♪ ♪ come at just the right speed, that's logistics. ♪ ♪ medicine that can't wait legal briefs there by eight, ♪ ♪ that's logistics. ♪ ♪ freight for you, box for me box that keeps you healthy, ♪ ♪ that's logistics. ♪ ♪ saving time, cutting stress, when you use
swollen lips and all kinds of chafing and -- and maybe some tears that bonnie will help me get through, but i can do it. i got the willpower. i've put in all the training. i deserve it. i deserve walking up thoon that other shore. how naive of me not to think of these almost science fiction little animals in the water. -- on that first night, this here -- so rude. [ cell phone ringing ] i think it's the gas company telling me my bill's due. on the first night i'm swimming and i'm telling you, i hosted a series called "the great catch of the world" and we went around belize for the jaguar in africa and the lion and the leopard. and then we did the final suit in north america about the north american mountain lion. all of you know if you have a dog occasionally sweet and what not. but if a dog is in a moment of nature when you're near it to chase something, you have forgotten how powerful and how fast that animal is and that we are such pathetic animals compared to the animals -- all the other animals on earth. and that mountain lion, it came at me and it pinned me down. it actually didn
is what we would love to do. host: time for a couple of more calls. bonnie, a republican. caller: i would like to know -- i read a story in "reader's digest" about a doctor who had studied a young man that had autism. he said he was a friend to the mother of the boy. he had found out that the boy had severe allergies. are there any studies that have gone along with that? guest: thank you for the question. i suspect you read that article about 10 years ago or maybe 15. there was a doctor in the uk who proposed the notion that he was recovering measles virus from people and was proposing a link. his papers have all been retracted by the charles the publish them. he had his license to practice withdrawn in the united kingdom. so i think that the scientific validity of that work has been called very seriously into question. there have been a lot of people -- people are looking very, very hard to find out what is causing autism. this is a terrible thing. would love to know the cause so that we can prevent it. but that study has been completely discredited. host: wilmington, north carolina, mel
for help. let's get to the phones. bonny, new jersey. caller: i like to ask about the crisis we face with the shortage of generic drugs, a lot of them used for chemotherapy, and other serious drug problems. it is wonderful that we're creating new drugs, but if we are dying because we cannot get the drug said have already been created -- i think a big problem is, i just do not understand. there were 178 drug shortages in 2010, up from 157 the year before, and only 55, which is more than it should be, five years prior. we're getting parts from china -- hip replacements, knee replacements, people going through surgery and winding up worse off than they were. before we start innovating, we should maybe get a handle on what we have. host: here is a story from "the new york times." we had a doctor last week talking about how cancer drugs were in short supply. doctors are coming up empty. guest: it is a serious problem the doctor has put forth clearly in terms of the -- problem. the caller has put it forth clearly in terms of a shortage. they're not entirely drugs for cancer, but oftentimes
may get hammered here. or here on the fourth hour. we have a photo from bonnie harris from orange park, florida. someone clearly just took a trip to the hammered liquor store. >> that looks on purpose, i pray to god. >> you think? >> i hope so. a little joke. >> are we all done? >> yes. >> guess who's sitting over there on our sofa? one of the most talented guys in the whole world. >> hank azaria! he's coming up very soon. >> we have a lot coming up. after this. we're all out of toilet paper. can you toss me a roll? too rough. we're out of toilet paper. can you toss me a roll? too soft. can you toss me a roll? that's better. angel soft. an ideal balance of softness and strength. new natureluxe mousse mascara! we took out a heavy synthetic and put in a light touch of beeswax. up with the volume, down with the weight. new natureluxe mousse mascara. easy breezy beautiful covergirl. [ female announcer ] kellogg wants to help make kids happy, one tummy at a time. because 9 out of 10 kids don't get the fiber they need. froot loops, apple jacks and frosted mini-wheats have good-for-you fiber
from bonnie harris from orange park, florida. someone clearly just took a trip to the hammered liquor store. >> that looks on purpose, i pray to god. >> you think? >> i hope so. a little joke. >> are we all done? >> yes. >> guess who's sitting over there on our sofa? one of the most talented guys in the whole world. >> hank azaria! he's coming up very soon. >> we have a lot coming up. after this. we're all out of toilet paper. can you toss me a roll? too rough. we're out of toilet paper. can you toss me a roll? too soft. can you toss me a roll? that's better. angel soft. an ideal balance of softness and strength. new natureluxe mousse mascara! we took out a heavy synthetic and put in a light touch of beeswax. up with the volume, down with the weight. new natureluxe mousse mascara. easy breezy beautiful covergirl. [ female announcer ] kellogg wants to help make kids happy, one tummy at a time. because 9 out of 10 kids don't get the fiber they need. froot loops, apple jacks and frosted mini-wheats have good-for-you fiber in every yummy bowl. they're the cereals your kids love and the fi
the answers to all your buzz-worthy questions. bonnie fuller is editor in chief of "hollywood life.com" and edie is from gossip chief. the real housewives of beverly hills, we've been waiting to hear about this after the suicide of one of the husbands. tell us what happened. >> listen, tough situation. a terrible situation. but tough for the producers to handle. i think they handled it pretty well. this had an introduction where they had all the housewives minus taylor armstrong, whose husband committed suicide. they genuinely were grief-stricken, none of them had any idea he was this suppressed. actually the reaction has been mixed. the "los angeles times" came out quite heavily against it. >> they said it was not an appropriate choice. on the other hand, some of the twitters have been quite in favor of this saying thanks for talking about suicide and bringing it to the fore. >> you remember what the fallout -- is anybody playing the show for his suicide? >> i don't think anybody is blaming the show. but there's a lot of people who feel that the whole season should have been pulle
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